July 2015. A transcript of this conversation is available to download here: https://lunarpoetrypodcasts.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/interview-rosemary-tonks-lpp-transcript-42.pdf
David Turner talks to Lizzy Palmer and Lucy Reynolds about the poet Rosemary Tonks. They discuss Rosemary's life, her poetry, collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and her later rejection of her own work and ultimate 'disappearance'.
Lucy reads 'Orpheus in Soho' by Rosemary Tonks - 00:30:10
Lizzy reads 'Badly Chosen Lover' - 00:47:07 and Bedouin of the London Evening' - 01:18:03 both also by Rosemary Tonks.
The three recordings discussed are available through the British Library:
"The Poet Speaks" - ref: 1CDR0003848
"Sono-Montage" - ref: NP1004R
"The Disappearing Poet" - ref: C1199/187
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